Category: News

The Green New Deal: “Too much, too soon”

The Green New Deal: “Too much, too soon”

Campus News- May 12, 2019

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtesy of Creative Commons /THE REVIEW The three faculty members agreed that while the resolution is unlikely to pass in the House of Representatives ...

Chris Coons and Thomas Donilon on engaging with China and East Asia

Chris Coons and Thomas Donilon on engaging with China and East Asia

Campus News- May 6, 2019

As the United States and China re-escalate a trade war, Senator Chris Coons came to campus Tuesday, May 6 to discuss America’s relationship with China.

The democracy of our discontent

The democracy of our discontent

Campus News- May 5, 2019

Political thinkers Sheri Berman and Jan Zielonka told students on Thursday that liberal democracy has a future despite its checkered history.

New Mayor Jerry Clifton addresses past Newark issues and his plans for the future

New Mayor Jerry Clifton addresses past Newark issues and his plans for the future

Local News- May 5, 2019

Nearly a month after his election, now-Mayor Jerry Clifton shares his plans for the future of the City of Newark.

Lisa Blunt Rochester talks to students in Trabant, discusses Biden endorsement

Lisa Blunt Rochester talks to students in Trabant, discusses Biden endorsement

Campus News- May 5, 2019

Lisa Blunt Rochester spoke with students in Trabant on Friday to discuss the political landscape of America.

Newark City Council discusses parking shortage concerns

Newark City Council discusses parking shortage concerns

Local News- May 5, 2019

The City of Newark predicts a possible loss of up to 252 parking spaces, causing a potential revenue loss of $385,000 for the city government.

UD Hillel observes Holocaust remembrance week, reads names of victims aloud

UD Hillel observes Holocaust remembrance week, reads names of victims aloud

Campus News- May 2, 2019

UD Hillel, a Jewish community and student center, read, in alphabetical order, some of the names of the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust ...

Amid controversy, Biden declares presidential candidacy

Amid controversy, Biden declares presidential candidacy

News- April 28, 2019

On April 25, Joe Biden announced via video that he is now officially running for president in 2020.

The unsung architect who designed the South Green fountain

The unsung architect who designed the South Green fountain

News- April 28, 2019

Whether passing the fountain while rushing between Morris and Perkins or touring the Reflecting Pool at Winterthur, Marian Coffin’s impact is unavoidable and forever ingrained ...

Motherhood on campus and the coveted “work-life balance”

Motherhood on campus and the coveted “work-life balance”

Campus News- April 28, 2019

It’s a question that many women, at some point, must consider: When, if ever, is the right time to have a child?